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's why senate candidate richard carmona has been spotted with one of the party's standard bearers. >> i was honored when this man, a life-long independent, decided he would run on our party's ticket for the united states senate, not because i thought he would be a party lineman down the line, but because i thought he believed in the fundamental things that matter today. and here they are. shared prosperity is better than trickle-down economics. >> we will talk to dr. carmona about his tightly contested race, and how immigration figures prominently, when we return here live to democracy plaza, next on "now." i love to eat. i love hanging out with my friends. i have a great fit with my dentures. i love kiwis. i've always had that issue with the seeds getting under my denture. super poligrip free -- it creates a seal of the dentures in my mouth. even well-fitting dentures let in food particles. super poligrip is zinc free. with just a few dabs, it's clinically proven to seal out more food particles so you're more comfortable and confident while you eat. super poligrip free made the kiwi an
surgeon general richard carmona, kind of essentially hinted at not conceding that race. his campaign today, saying they might have declared defeat too soon. they are now watching the vote count in arizona very closely. as of this weekend, arizona had not counted roughly one in every four votes that were cast in the election. still, half a million votes left to count and a bunch of close races in the state are hanging in the balance. this botched election in arizona, which is still not over, and the remarkable, potential unconcessioned u.s. senate race by richard carmona, may ultimately go back to this guy. >> as you know, 250 citizens of this valley, this state, came to me. asking me as the head of a law enforcement agency to look into president obama's birth certificate as released by the white house in april of 2011 on the official white house website. as we suspect, it is a fraudulent document. >> sheriff joe arpaio, reviewing the results of his tax high payer funded investigation into president obama's birth certificate. the sheriff, and a prominent mitt romney endorser, sent his cold-
fundamental way. but richard carmona wants to do something no arizona democrat has done since 1995. >> i am nancy porter. >> hi, nancy. how are you? >> reporter: the former u.s. surgeon general is running to replace retiring senator jon kyl, a republican. despite the state's conservative reputation, carmona actually could win the senate seat. >> things are going well. we have exceeded expectations. >> reporter: on the other end of town, carmona's opponent, jeff flake, is gearing up for the final days of a tight election most political analysts thought he would win easily. but after a tough republican primary the six-time congressman is running in a dead heat with his democratic challenger. >> arizona cannot afford to send president obama's handpicked >> these open seats in arizona come along with the frequency of halley's comet. we've only had ten u.s. senators in a hundred years. so they tend to serve a long time. so when there's an open seat, then it's heavily contested. >> reporter: flake is convinced his record of fighting against national debt and spending policies will convince polici
nelson. and in arizona, republicans will keep the seat held by jon kyl. jeff flake beat richard carmona. in maine, angus king won the seat being vacated by olympia snowe. for more analysis on the state of the congress, here's senior political reporter. >> reporter: president obama will not have long to celebrate his election night victory. congress will soon be coming back to debate the fiscal cliff. this is the combination of spending cuts and tax hikes that economists say could plunge the united states into recession if it takes effect at the end of the year. now, house speaker john boehner says they are looking to kick the can down the road. he doesn't want to deal with a lame duck congress, but that's our next big fight. there will also be a big fight in the republican party. republicans will look at what happened in this election and try to figure out what's next. some will say we've nominated two straight relative moderates. john mccain and mitt romney. and we've lost both times. the lesson they will take from that is it's time to move to the right. it's time to have a true believ
being spent in upstate. >> this is where democrats certainly work for it. the candidate, richard carmona, he has a campaign dream and everything and he is a former surgeon general. i think by now we are seeing the states go back is not an overwhelming lean but obama and democrats are talking very early on. we actually saw mitt romney last night. and that speaks a lot to state that has a very large middleground population. it's a very slight edge, but he has had a few stumbles late in the game that have made it slightly difficult. again, republicans, this is a state where they needed to use resources. we are breathing a little bit easier about it. >> always a surprise or two on election night. the potential of spices to see? >> i think pennsylvania has been on the radar. that's another one that we certainly didn't predict early on. tom smith, a million or coal executive, he really didn't take this race seriously. we see the presidential race tighten, but obama has been narrow edge. republicans are certainly helping the outside groups there. i think what we are looking for, we are seeing s
, around the hispanic community in arizona has been so divisive, you have dr. richard carmona at one time served president bush and i think he's a safe haven for latinos who feel like they've been shut out of the republican party in that state. >> right. and carmona has a decent chance and for those very reasons, despite how far right arizona is, i think its days as a deep red state are numbered because the latino population is growing and the tea party opposition to those folks is so strident that it's not going to moderate itself just because it's damaging them electorally and that's the big problem that the -- the kind of gop establishment has with the tea party. they often don't care if they lose. >> right. >> they would rather, you know, die trying. you know, they'd rather put an akin or chris -- >> or christine or don nel in there. >> right. somebody like that and stand on principle and go down whereas the gop establishment is, no, let's put up moderates that can win in these states. although even when the gop establishment did win in wisconsin, tommy thompson is getting ham bettere
latino para el senado, pero richard carmona perdió ante jake flake, también en el condado maricopa los inmigrantes indocumentados tienen para rato con su mayor pesadilla, porque no pudieron librarse, porque joe arpaio con sus 80 años logró la victoria, maría antonieta collins con las informaciones. >>> qué piensa para las personas que dicen que usted separa las familias. >>> no sé, pienso que estoy salvando más personas de las que estoy lastimando, ponemos a mucha gente en la cárcel, ¿qué quiere decir con lastimar personas? quiero hablar con ellos, explicar la ley, qué estamos haciendo, explicar que usan identificación falsa, de eso no hablan cuando los entrevistan. >>> por supuesto, esta mañana queremos saber su opinión con respecto a los resultados de las elecciones presidenciales, escríbanos a nuestro twitter (información en pantalla) >>> ahora en ohio, el estado de las nueces castañas, donde fue una cosecha a pedir de boca para los demócratas, porque el presidente barack obama logró la victoria, también los electores de ohio respaldaron el apoyo de brown a las au
picked richard carmona. governor's race in indiana, republican mike pence was elected won by four points. if you asked women, they did not pick him. he lost the women's voice by five points. if indiana had their way, mike pence would not be the governor of that state. women chose the democrat john greg. north carolina was one of two states president obama won in '08 and didn't win this time around. mitt romney won north carolina by three points this year but if you asked north carolina women, they prefer barack obama thank you very much. romney barely won the state overall because he had big enough numbers with men to make up for it but lost among north carolina women. they did not change their preference from 2008. they voted for president obama again this year. this might have happened in other states. we only had it for 31 states, not 50. i think due to financial reasons. we don't know what happened to the other states it's a tragedy because we mine this data for many deficit reasons and we won't ever have complete exit polling data for the country, 31 states. what is clear from the d
to hear whispers of doubt. plus, planned parenthood's cecil richards joins us to discuss the gender gap, and why a romney presidency could put women in the aback machine. and arizona senate candidate richard carmona. all that and now starts in a mere 180 seconds. ♪ [ multiple sounds making melodic tune ] ♪ [ male announcer ] at northrop grumman, every innovation, every solution, comes together for a single purpose -- to make the world a safer place. that's the value of performance. northrop grumman.
richard carmona conceded, carmona is keeping a close eye on the count. carmona's campaign said they're watching to make sure every last vote is tallied and they'll consider their options if the voting total tightens on that front. in virginia republican george allen told "the virginia pilot" he will not seek office ever again. allen said he was proud of the campaign he ran and that he, quote, gave it their all. this last campaign was the republican's second failed bid after losing his seat in 2006. and finally the not so united states of america since the election, residents in over a dozen states filed secession petitions to the we the people program. its platform featured on the white house website that allows people to petition the administration, nebraska, pennsylvania, oklahoma are among the states that have filed for secession according to the white house website. the petition gets over 25,000 signatures in a 30-day period, it will be reviewed by the administration and a response will be issued. i'm sure the governors of those states will actually speak up and say how ludicrou
richard carmona and jeff flake. carmona did concede on election night when he was losing by six percentage points. as votes continued to be tallied, the carmona campaign is keeping a close eye on the count. he's been gaining in the tally and appears to have at least a distant shot at the seat after all. the most recent results show flake in the lead by 7 the,547 votes or about four percentage points overall. 2 million ballots were cast in the race. as of monday afternoon 170,000 early votes and another 170,000 provisional ballots had yet to be tallied statewide and we do know that democrats have a history in arizona of both overperforming in the early vote and overperforming in provisional ballots. of course how many of those will be legal ballots we don't know that question yet, but it's a tall order but not impossible. >>> it's only been a week since senator scott brown lost to elizabeth warren. but many are wondering what his next move might be if, for instance, his democratic colleague senator john kerry gets nominated to a cabinet post. he said kerry would make a great secretary of st
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, dr. richard carmona, and congressmen jeff flake. we will take questions from a panel of local journalists. each candidate will have 90 seconds to respond to each question, 30 seconds of rebuttal time. candidates will also have 90 seconds for rate -- for closing statements. should a panelist wish to extend a follow up, they can do so if they choose to. on our panel today is anna chalk, joyce loback, and michelle foust. joining us are over 300 residents from southwestern arizona. they have agreed to respect the candidates and listened silently during the debate with the exception of right now. ladies and gentlemen, please help me welcome congressman jeff like and richard carmona -- jeff flake and richard carmona, candidates for the u.s. senate. [applause] gentlemen, thank you both for coming to yuma this debate. let's destroy it with opening statements. going first is dr. carmen up. it is a pleasure to be with you today. thank you for the opportunity to be with you and welcoming us. i am not a politician, nor do i aspire to become a chronic politician. i was asked to run by my f
and raised in arizona defeated richard carmona who was president bush's surgeon general. that was a really interesting race. carmona -- 50% for jeff flake and 45% for car moa carmona. in his victory speech flake said he will make tough decisions that he was elected to make. >> i can tell you decisions i make won't be popular, not every vote i cast will be popular. i can guarantee you, every vote i cast and decision i make will be made knowing what is at stake and nothing that this state has to have a brighter future. martha: that is jeff flake after his victory last night. the two were locked in a dead heat for most of the campaign seasons making it one of the tightest races the state has seen in 30 years. all right. let's go over to you, bill. bill: you know, martha, we were talking about ohio, from it seems like the beginning of time. that state played out last night in many ways i we expected. it would be the most prized state on the entire map with 18 electorial votes and it's hard to see either man win the white house without winning ohio. it was close, 50-48. some votes will be tabul
and how many actually vote. there are a couple of strong races. in the arizona senate, richard carmona. and heidi highcamp. both states toward republicans said they may not make it over that 50% mark. the difference between winning and losing is the difference for a reasonable night for democrats and a really good night where they could end up picking up seats at the end of the night. >> there is one hour and 40 minutes left to vote in virginia. this is fire station no. 10 in arlington. polls close at 7:00 p.m. eastern. the line here at first station when an10. -- fire station 10. our live coverage and we will have more election results beginning tonight. you can castro on line on our yourook page -- castor vote. 52,557 people voted for barack obama. 30,419 for mitt romney. that is facebook.com/cspan. >> i watch the morning journal and i like the give-and-take there. i like the balanced approach. i also like the colors. -- callers. some are unusual. c-span is everywhere. a small hearing, public policy meeting downtown, c-span seems to be there. >> c-span, created by america's cable com
defeated richard carmona, a surgeon general. the senator elect thanking kyle for his many years of public service. >> and to senator kyle who has the biggest shoes to fill than anybody i can think of, i appreciate so much what he has done. when he announced his retire meant about 20 months ago that he wouldn't seek a fourth term , i had the same feeling that everyone in arizona had, just immense gratitude for what he has done for this state and this country. thank you, senator kyle. >> and we have gratitude for you being here. so much more to come. we will be right back. >>> it was the most important economic issue amoung voters. 38% say unemployment and 8% the housing market. who do voters think is to blame for the slugish economy? exits polls show 38% say president obama. 53% laying the blame squarely on the shoulders of former president george w. bush. joining us now green, the former president of the women's media center and fox news contributor. and the columnist of the national magazine and co author of "who is killing." it was almost comical how often president obama blamed his pre
republican congressman jeff flake and richard carmona. the two men are vying for the position left by the retirement of john kyl. this is about one hour. >> hello, i'm from colorado river public media. welcome to the u.s. senate carries on rural issues debate from the campus of hours on the western college in yuma, arizona. we will hear from the democratic and republican candidates for united states senate. we will begin with 90-second opening statements in canada it will take questions from a panel of local journalists on issues related to life outside the state's metropolitan areas. each candidate will have 90 seconds to respond to each question and 30 seconds of rebuttal time. the dates will have 90 seconds for a closing statement. we have an additional four minutes should the moderator or panelists ask a follow-up. on our panel today is kcey anna chalk, joyce loback, michelle faust. we have over 300 residents from the southwestern arizona area and they have agreed to respect the candidates and listened silently during the debate. lettuce and gentlemen, please up help me welcome
national cable satellite corp. 2012] >> now, a democrat r's democrat richard carmona's concession speech after losing the race. this is about 10 minutes. [applause] >> thank you. thank you. boy. before i even start, i have got some prepared remarks but i just wanted to say something. the last year or so, i have been surrounded and taken under the wing of some of the most passionate, professional, hard- working young people who just felt they wanted to do something to change. i didn't realize big gift i was given back then. even before i give you some formal remarks, i want to do a big shout out for my team who are the most extraordinary people in the world. [cheers and applause] now, many of you know me and you know i do not like to read speeches. these remarks are important enough that i did not want to miss anything so we wrote them down. in my wildest dreams growing up, i never saw myself here. nobody else would have either been that i was a high school dropout. my family was poor. '60s,g up in the '50s and being latino was not easy. even back then, there should not have been much rea
republican congressman jeff flake and dr. richard carmona. this race is rated as a tossup. this debate comes courtesy of awc tv services in yuma, arizona. this last about an hour. >> i am with public media. on behalf of the human son, welcome to the u.s. senate debate. today, we will hear from democratic and republican candidates for the united states senate, dr. carmona and congressman flake. we will take questions, and candidates will respond to local journalists. each candidate will have 90 seconds to respond to each question, and 30 seconds of rebuttals. built into the schedule is an additional four minutes, should be moderate our panelists wish to us as a follow-up. on our panel today is news director and evening anchor, a reporter, and a morning edition house and reporter. joining us today are over 300 residents, close to, from southwestern arizona. they have agreed to respect the candidates and listened silently during the debate, with the exception of right now. please welcome to human congressman -- to yuma the candidates for the united states senate. [applause] gentlemen, thank you
. even in arizona where richard carmona came up short against congressman jeff flake. they had a recruiting class of one to get they didn't come on in that race democrats were not going to touch the state. and yet republicans had end up spending four or 5 million bucks to save jeff flake. >> north dakota is the one state, had to go to because i find north dakota fascinating because kent conrad and now heidi heitkamp, there's no reason, there's a reason why they should be elected democrats. if you've ever talked to grover norquist, this is what he said. north dakota will come back to where it's supposed to be. i've got to go out there and find out what's in the water speak you do a pretty good grover impression. >> scott, talk about some of the candidates you been most impressed by. there were some democrats who survived last night he really shouldn't. >> we talked about basically the sequel to the republican wave going on in the house. one candidate who survived that is john barrow in georgia who was also the beneficiary of a fairly inept republican challenger, but probably ran
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